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Old 02-23-2008, 08:41 PM
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'02F250 CC Sub Box

Need plans for a box to fit 2 x 12" subs under the back seat of a f250 CC. We know we are going to have to jack that back seat a couple inches and dont have a problem with that. he's currently plannin on using this plan, but makin it a wee bit deeper cuz they are actually 7" deep P1's.
Sonic Sub Box: 2T12-1.2 - Dual 12" Angled Universal Truck MDF Enclosure Holds dual 12" subwoofer 3/4 MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) Construction Durable black carpeting Gold Terminals Internal Box Volume: 1.2 Cubic ft. - , Subwoofer Enclos
so anyways thats the plan, and if anyone has fit normal sized 12's under the back seat of a 02 superduty, shed some light.
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Old 11-21-2008, 09:34 AM
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well for one dont use p1 rockfords suck and if you get some shalow mounts you shouldnt have to raise the seat at all
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